Data Storage (Binary) Unit Converter
The unit of measurement for data storage using binary units is the binary byte, commonly known as a "byte" for short. It represents a group of 8 binary digits (bits) and is the fundamental unit of storage for digital information.
In addition to the byte, there are other units of measurement for data storage using binary units that are commonly used, including kibibyte (KiB), mebibyte (MiB), gibibyte (GiB), tebibyte (TiB), pebibyte (PiB), exbibyte (EiB), and zebibyte (ZiB). Each unit represents an exponentially increasing amount of storage capacity, with one kibibyte equivalent to 1,024 bytes, one mebibyte equivalent to 1,024 kibibytes, and so on.
Total possible conversions: base units (12) - derived units (6,320)